Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Wi-Fi at 30,000 feet: Here's how to deal

DescriptionNowadays, you can’t imagine life without Internet. Thus, here we are discussing some points to make your Wi-Fi purchase worthwhile. 


1.If you are looking forward to purchase in-flight Wi-Fi then you can often find passes available at discounted rates through your airline. Also, you can trick the Internet provider into thinking that you are on mobile. Google, the largest US provider of in-flight Wi-Fi, charge less for mobile access based browser ID. 
2.Before buying, you need to check the bandwidth first. As per Gogo, its most implemented in-flight Wi-Fi technology maxes out at 3.1Mbps. Well, Gogo is going to announce a new satellite-based service which will increase the maximum bandwidth per passenger.
3.Also, you need to take extra security measures after buying in-flight Wi-Fi technology as this technology functions like an unsecured network.
4.If you are working with 3.1Mbps bandwidth only then make sure to disable background activity like updating your inbox, syncing cloud storage, and checking for software updates.
5.Last but not the least, if you are buying Wi-Fi on an upcoming flight, be sure that the flight offers the service as well as includes power ports. 
Therefore, purchase the best in-flight Wi-Fi technology to enjoy browsing in air. For more from the XpertCrewTM team, please follow us on Twitter @Techvedic or contact Techvedic’s computer support helpdesk, as per below contact-details:
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